The hanging garden @ Parco del Castello

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The hanging garden

This section of the garden is named the “hanging garden” because of its elevated position above the park floor. The balcony is bordered by a marble balustrade and metaphorically supported by statues of telamons, moreover, it contains flowerbeds and vases of roses, essences, and plants including a magnolia with interwoven branches. Finally, below there is the Italian garden, with boxwood hedges surrounding the fountain.

View from below the hanging garden, above the balcony.

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